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When Cheering Becomes Dangerous

By Robert W. Elton |

Cheerleading is a school-sanctioned activity that frequently results in serious – and expensive – injuries. In fact, it is second only to gymnastics in the proportion of injuries requiring at least a three-week break from the sport due to injuries. With over 400,000 cheer participants annually, it is clear that the number of injuries… Read More »


When Traumatic Brain Injury is Compensable

By Robert W. Elton |

Quality of life can be altered through one tragic, unexpected event when a traumatic brain injury (TBI) occurs. Approximately one and one-half million people experience a TBI each year in the United States, and half a million die from it every year. In total, over five million people in the United States live with… Read More »


When High School Athletes Experience Concussions

By Robert W. Elton |

School spirit soars and the cheers from parent section are thunderous. That is your child down there on the field, making the play of the game. Nothing brings you more pride. But what happens when a concussion turns your pride into horror? In that case, it is possible that an experienced personal injury attorney… Read More »